Kes refers to 2 artists; 1. Melbourne, Australia - Karl Scullin - former member of Bird Blobs, Mum Smokes. Scullin's guitar work often pulls obtuse shapes and places them in a distinctly playful way amidst the signature balance of his effortless knack for melodic song structures and exhilaratingly abrasive turns.
Shurwayne Winchester was born on February 8th, 1974 in Tobago. He is undoubtedly blessed with a singer's voice, a quick wit and an ability to make pictures with music. His talents first came to light in 1996, when he was only twelve years old and began competing in local calypso competitions, where he consistently placed within the top three.
Childhood and early career The oldest of four siblings, Destra was raised in the community of Desperlie Crescent, Laventille in eastern Port of Spain, Trinidad and attended the St. James Secondary School where she discovered her passion for singing and music. She not only won her school's Calypso Monarch title for five consecutive years, she composed every one of her songs.
Born in Point Fortin, South Trinidad. Composer, Singer, Entrepreneur and now owner of the Radio Station 91.1 FM - with offices in Point Fortin, Tobago and a spanking glass building on Maraval Road, Newtown, Port-of-Spain.
Born in Sangre Grande and raised in the Royal Chartered Borough of Arima, Trinidad, Ian Anthony Alvarez better known as Bunji Garlin, is a Trinidadian artist and international soca royalty. He is affectionately known as "de girls dem darlin" (although now married to Faye-Ann Lyons, a fellow performer) and also "fireman" for his famous chant of "Fire!" during his performances.
Alison Hinds (born 1 June 1970) is a female soca artist from the Caribbean island of Barbados. She is one of the most popular soca singers in the world and has unofficially been given the nickname the "Queen of Soca". She has produced many popular songs that top charts even in countries which do not widely listen to soca.
Soca has never been so cool! Combat boots, baggy attire, brightly colored bandanas adorning funky dreads and coloured 'fros; krosfyah epitomizes coolness. Combined with infectious melodies, high-energy performances and pulsating rhythms that speak a language only one's hips comprehend, krosfyah has reinvented soca as we know it.